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  1. That Song in My Head

    Hello Lumberjocks, Allow me to present my first Suiseki. I really love wood and I really love rocks so I was really really impressed by the Suiseki creations of Hybridwoodwork and Waho6o9 here on Lumberjocks. When one of my co-workers brought me this piece of granite rubble from the Crazy...
  2. No strings attached My version.

    First off, I'd like to thank Dan, Eklund for the great Guitar pattern in the Holiday issue of SSW&C magazine about a year ago. This was so fun yet so hard for me to cut. It was a great challenge for me. I used 17 different woods in this. I like the colors I used but may do a second one and make...
  3. Curly Maple and Walnut cross

    Our pastor asked me to build a cross after seeing my iPad stand. He wanted the same woods so this is Curly Maple and Walnut and the overall height is 9'. The rock is all wood and weighs 70 pounds. The cross has a monocoque frame with bulkheads, similar to an airplane fuselage or wing or even...
  4. Hat Making Tool: Half Circle Groove Curling Shackles, Pencil Curl & Kettle Curl 2-Piece Wooden Tools

    I have several different sized Wooden "Half-Circle Groove" Curling Shackles available now. The common nomenclature for the type of hat curl someone wants is pretty hard to describe with the common names, such as "Pencil Curl" and "Kettle Curl". To help distinguish between the size of curlers I...
  5. Hat Making Tool: Groove Tollikers, Wooden Pencil & Kettle Curl, and an Overwelt Edge Shaper

    These pictures show Groove Tollikers I've made, used to put curves on the edges of hat brims. ---------------------------------- Sizes Available: Model VGOGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) Vee Groove "Welt Edge" Folding Groove Tolliker Model DGT6 - 1/4" (6 mm) dia. Double Grooved Pencil Curl Groove...
  6. Fancy Walking Cane, Camphor Burl, Maple, Bubinga, Whitetail Deer Antler, Inlays & Silver End Caps

    ------------------------------------- This was a commissioned walking cane, so it has been sold and shipped to Emporia, Kansas, USA Cane Serial Number #2008-27 Height: 35.5 inches Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom...
  7. Cole Rocking Chair for 2X Box Store Scraps

    This is certainly my biggest woodworking accomplishment yet beside my continuing home reno. Not sure the house always counts a woodworking though. This is constructed completely from the 2X Cull lumber scrap bin from the BORG. So probably some kind of SPF. Its a Cole Rocking Chair from Mr...
  8. Display Stand for Ornamental Rocks

    [Legebla ankaŭ en Esperanto] Several years ago my daughter went with her class to a local mineral museum. While there, she bought two ornamental rocks and gave to me and my wife (her mother). For a few years they lived on our dresser, but finally my wife asked me to make a holder where they...
  9. Hat Making Tool: Pusher Downer or Runner-Downer, in Walnut, Hard Rock Maple, and Poplar

    This posting shows a Hat making Wooden tool called a Pusher Downer, also known as a Runner-Downer Material Options: Poplar Pusher Downer Black Walnut Pusher Downer Birch wood Pusher Downer Maple wood Pusher Downer Items Available for Immediate Purchase at Etsy.com: ALL HAT MAKING...
  10. Bassenett with Quartersawn Rock Oak and Curly Maple Spindles

    This was a very fun project. I had actually logged the oak and milled it myself(with an old Sears chainsaw c.1960). The Curly Maple came from DandD hardwoods here in Saylorsburg, PA. I actually drove the hour to his shop and he let me crawl through the stacks and pick out what I wanted. The...
  11. flowing kelp platter in abalone, malachite and claro walnut

    This was a custom order for a platter for a wedding anniversary. The husband is an ab diver, and the wife secretly provided me with the abalone shells for inlay. The stone is malachite. After the initial sanding, I pop the finish with thinned poly, and then spray with target poly. I am...
  12. Another kelp platter in abalone, malachite and Monterey Cypress wood

    My wife wanted a kelp platter, as she works at a marine biology lab at the local university (Cal Poly). The stone is malachite, the abalone are from Fort Bragg and the shells are local. I used the bark inclusion as a stylistic kelp holdfast, and filled it in with local shells, brass and Big...
  13. Folk-Art Carved Walnut Walking Cane, Albatross Beak & Two Climbing Twisting Snakes

    This cane has been SOLD and was shipped to Bellingham, WA. Cane Serial Number #2005-02 Welcome Web Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet, go toward the bottom of this posting where you'll find a list of canes that I have built that are ready to ship...
  14. Black Rock Ridge Entry Table

    This not quite so rustic alder table was made for the sales office of a new condo/townhome community just outside Park City, UT. called Black Rock Ridge. This is alder with their logo inlaid with black walnut. The top is black granite with hand-chiseled edges and a honed surface prep. Bruce
  15. Suiseki with Cloud

    Had this idea for a Suiseki with a cloud and came up with this rock from a yard sale and a piece of Paduak and a piece of Walnut I shaped with files and a Shinto rasp. Sealed with a couple coats of Shellac and the project is finished. It was a fun project and I'll build another one from...
  16. "Reconstructing Home"

    Through your life your parents are your rock. They are there for you and support you in ways that are not always simple or seen. They provide you with the guidance needed to one day go out into the world and become the person you want to be…whatever that direction may be. This is what ran...
  17. Jewelry holder

    I was requested to make a "bling holder". When I go on walks, I pull out roots that are sticking out of the road side banks, so I am not possitive what kind of wood it is. On the first one, I epoxied it to a rock I found and finished with poly. Yes the epoxy holds. I dropped the first one...
  18. Baby's Crib

    This is the crib I made for my new baby boy. It's been built with wedged through tenons so in the future i can break it down and convert it to a toddler bed. Eventually, the front and back will be the headboard and footboard for a fullsized bed. I had alot of fun making this project, and I...
  19. Walnut baby rattle

    FINALLY got my hands on some walnut. MWAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA. This is my second attempt at a baby rattle. I used walnut, gravel from outside and the lines are burns. My sister-in-law said it was particularly important that this be a baby-friendly toy, and I am happy to say it is. This little...
  20. Custom Dress Walking Canes; Walnut Octagonal Straight Shafts w/other Material Combinations Shown

    ------------------------------------- This matching set of walnut walking canes were commissioned, and have been sold. sequential Serial Numbers #2008-31 & 2008-32 Height: 36.5" This cane has been "SOLD". Welcome Surfers: If you are surfing looking for a special walking cane on the internet...
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